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April 7, 2022
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Asean Mobility Spotlight | April 2022

Following multiple waves of COVID-19 outbreaks in 2020 and 2021, jurisdictions in Southeast Asia have finally found their footing amid accelerated vaccination rates and are reopening their borders and relaxing entry and quarantine requirements. 

These steps are expected to boost international business travel and tourism, both key elements of Southeast Asian economies which have been almost non-existent over the last two years and help to drive overall economic growth. 

In this edition of EY's Asean Mobility Spotlight, we highlight these steps and more.

Please note that the information provided in this spotlight is updated as of 5 April 2022 and the changes to policies, restrictions and quarantine measures are being proposed and implemented on a regular basis. 

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Asean Mobility Spotlight (April 2022)

 
 

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